"My greyhound limps on hard services after chipping a bone at the bottom of her foot. What would you recommend?"
It sounds like your greyhound needs as much comfort and padding in their boot as possible, we would recommend looking at the Therapaw boot which have medical-grade thickness in the sole. Find Therapaw boots here.
"My greyhound Nettle has just had surgery on his huge corn and he is still quite lame. We walk on uneven gravel and pavements. What greyhound boots would you recommend my dog"
We would recommend Nettle starts with the original Hunnyboots as these are light so Nettle will adapt quickly. They have a good thick rubber sole so you greyhound will find them good protection and comfortable on pavements and on uneven ground. They are easy to wash and dry as they are made from the same material as human trainers.
"My whippet was hobbling with his corn and I was keen to help him. I had previously bought a Therapaws boot before I found your site. It did the trick but unfortunately was only on the once and came off and was lost on the first wearing! I have to say that the Hunnyboots are a very much better fit and he’s walking without a limp which is nothing short of magic!"
This is great to hear, and we're glad you're getting on well with the Hunnyboots.